For Halloween this year, six friends (David, Gregory, Mark, Rob, Steven, and Theodore) each chose their costume according to a certain rule. Can you figure out that rule, and determine which kid is wearing which costume? (Click to enlarge the image.)
Archive for October, 2007
Can you place each of the five-lettered trees shown below into one set of blanks to complete a common word?
1. _ _ NI _ U _ AT _
2. _ _ _ DWAT _ _ ER
3. _ AL _ N _ _ _
4. _ _ PRE _ _ _ Y
5. _ _ _ _ AUS _
6. LE _ R _ _ H _ U _
7. _ L _ UST _ _ PHO _ IA
Fill in a letter in each circle below to complete a six-letter word. The word can read either clockwise or counterclockwise, and you’ll have to figure out where each word starts. (Click to enlarge.)
Can you replace each of the letters below with a digit from 0 to 9 so that the equation is correct? A letter must be replaced with the same digit every time it appears.
Fill the blank in each word with three consecutive letters of the alphabet to make a common word.
1. Which of the United States contains the word WHAM?
2. What talk show host’s name contains the word IDLE?
3. What brand of food contains the word AGENDA?
AUDI BUICK CADILLAC JEEP MAZDA PONTIAC PORSCHE SAAB SUBARU TOYOTA
- Which car name becomes a new word when you change the first letter to Q?
- Which car name can be broken up into a pair of opposites when the middle letter is turned into a space?
- Which car name can have its letters scrambled to a new word meaning “the text accompanying a picture?”
- Which car name can have its letters scrambled to make a new word meaning “enclosed areas generally attached to houses?”
- Which car name contains an herb somewhere within it?
- Which car name has another vehicle spelled backwards within it?
- Which car name is the front half of a word meaning “witnesses to an event?”
- Which car name makes an animal sound when you drop the first letter and spell the rest backward?
- Which car name punnily completes this sentence: “Don’t worry, it’s not very expensive. In fact, it’s really quite ____.”
- Which car name would be a palindrome — reading the same backwards and forwards — if it had one more letter in front?
Can you rearrange each set of letter pairs below to spell the name of a celebrity?
1. LL EB HA RY ER
2. UL UL BD LA PA
3. DS GE OO RW TI
4. CK AN JA CH IE
5. BE ER LL NS TI
6. NS WA TE JO RT
7. US LE YC MI YR